UT Law students will discuss their summer judicial internship experiences and how they secured their positions. Summer judicial internships are open to all students, including 1Ls. There are hundreds of summer judicial internship opportunities available throughout the nation and early December is a good time to begin sending out your applications.
Thinking about staying in Austin after law school?
Then you won't want to miss this opportunity to learn more about the Austin Young Lawyers Association Student Chapter! We are a brand new student organization, and we want to help YOU connect with practicing attorneys (under 40)who can give you career and job search advice specific to the Austin market. The networking opportunities are unbeatable, but only members can participate
Students may attend one or both sessions. East Texas civil rights attorneys, David Guillory and Tim Garrigan, will speak from 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. about their class action against the abusive civil forfeiture practices of the City of Tenaha and Shelby County, Texas, a case that was featured in the recent article “Taken” in The New Yorker. From 12:45-1:45, they will speak in the Goodwin Conference Room about their lives in the law.
For 2Ls participating in the Judicial Clerkship Program or interested in 2015-term judicial clerkships. Come meet with the UT Law Judicial Clerkship Advisors to learn what the changes to the OSCAR release date and the hiring plan mean for you.
This is TJOGEL’s biggest event of the semester and represents a valuable opportunity to learn about the oil and gas industry from panelists with diverse backgrounds. Meet & Greet to follow in the Jamail Pavilion.
On behalf of the Board of Advocates and the Gibbs & Bruns Moot Court Tournament, we'd like to invite you to attend the final round to be held at 1:30 on Friday, November 8th, in the Eidman Courtroom. Gibbs & Bruns has kindly provided experienced attorneys to judge the round, and we plan to have a small reception afterwards to allow students the opportunity to chat with them and enjoy some treats. We will also be announcing the winners of the
The Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association will discuss careers in antitrust. Panelists to be announced. Moderated by UT Law Professor Abe Wicklegren. Special thanks to the ABA Section of Antitrust for providing lunch.
1Ls will have the opportunity to use the exam software, Extegrity's Exam4, under testing circumstances. Practice exams are not graded; students may pick up copies of their answers in the SAO beginning at 9am on Monday, Nov. 18.